Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station, opened on July 1, 2010, is located in Minghang District, west of Shanghai City Center. It is one of the four major railway stations of Shanghai. It is the junction of Shanghai–Hangzhou High-Speed Railway, Shanghai–Ningbo High-Speed Railway, and Shanghai–Beijing High-Speed Railway.
With an area of 1.3 million square meters, Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station is the largest railway station in Asia. It is situated west of Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, only a subway stop away from Terminal, serving as a major part of the Hongqiao Comprehensive Transportation Hub.
Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station mainly serves high-speed trains of Shanghai–Hangzhou High-Speed Railway, Shanghai–Ningbo High-Speed Railway, and Shanghai–Beijing High-Speed Railway.
It operates high-speed trains to Beijing, Cangnan, Changsha, Fuzhou, Hankou, Hangzhou, Hefei, Jinan, Jiangshan, Jinhua, Nanchang, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou, Shanghai, Tianjin, Wenzhou, Wuhan, Wuchang, Xiamen, Xuzhou, Yichang, Yiwu and Zhengzhou. Search for train prices and schedules and book a ticket.
The B1 level, aka the arrival level, is where all the trains are pulled off. Each train has its own exit tunnel. There are 6 exits and Exit 11 and 12 are straight to Metro Line 2 and 10. Connecting your train with flight at Shanghai Hongqiao Airport, you can take Metro Line 10 to the airport, stopping at Terminal 1. To Terminal 2, you can walk through the underground tunnel for 10 minutes. It takes 1 hour to get to Shanghai Pudong International Airport with a change of metro.
You can take the Metro Line 2 to People’s Square (towards Guanglan Road, 10 stops), then Line 1 to Shanghai Railway Station (towards Fujing Road, 3 stops). It is a 50-minute journey.
You may take Metro Line 10 to Hongqiao Road station (towards Xinjiangwancheng, 8 stops), and then Metro Line 3 to Shanghai South station (the terminal station, 5 stops). The journey is about 50 minutes.
Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station and Shanghai Hongqiao Airport’s terminal 2 are connected by an underground passage in the railway station’s B1 level. It takes about 20 minutes to walk though the passage to Hongqiao Airport Terminal 2.
Taking Metro Line 2 (towards Guanglan road, 1 stop) or 10 (toward Xinjiangwancheng, 1 stop) is another way to get to terminal 2. It takes less than 10 minutes.
If you are going to Hongqiao Airport Terminal 1, Metro Line 10 (towards Xinjiangwancheng, 2 stops) will take you there.
Take Metro Line 2 to the intermediate terminal station — Guanglan Road (20 stops), then Metro Line 2 East Section to its terminal station — Pudong Airport (8 stops). The journey will be about 2 hours and 10 minutes. Leave plenty of time so as not to miss your flight.
Alternatively take Line 2 to Longyang Road (17 stops), then the Maglev (8 minutes direct) to Pudong Airport. This could reduce your journey time by about 30 minutes, at a cost of 50 yuan.
There are D and G high-speed trains serving the railway from Shanghai Hongqiao to Hangzhou Railway Station and Hangzhou East Station.
Every day there are about 20 G-trains and 7 D-trains from Shanghai Hongqiao to Hangzhou Railway station. The G-trains are 77.5 yuan for a second class seat and 123.5 yuan for a first class seat. The D trains cost 48.5 yuan for a second class seat and 59.5 yuan for a first class seat. The following table shows the first and last D and G trains for reference:
There are 23 G-trains and 15 D-trains from Shanghai Hongqiao to Hangzhou East. The G-trains are 73 yuan for a second class seat and 117 yuan for a first class seat. The D-trains are 46.5 yuan for a second class seat and 56 yuan for a first class seat. The following table shows the first and last D and G trains.
The Shanghai Hongqiao to Nanjing Railway Station line has 16 G-trains every day. The journey costs 139.5 yuan second class and 219.5 yuan first class. The table below shows the first and last trains.
G and D trains will also take you to Nanjing South Railway Station. The 60 G-trains operate from 7:00am to 21:36pm, and the 36 D-trains operate from 07:00am to 20:06pm. G trains are 134.5 yuan second class and 229.5 yuan first class. D-trains are 89.5 to 95.5 yuan second class and 115 to 144 yuan first class. The following table shows the first and last D and G trains.
|G7198||Nanjing South||19:40||21:23||1h 43min|
|G7186||Huainan East||07:54||11:23||3h 29min|
|G7561||Wenzhou South||19:24||22:57||3h 33min|
|G178||Jinan West||12:35||16:51||4h 16min|
|G2||Beijing South||09:00||13:48||4h 48min|
|G212||Tianjin West||09:05||14:18||5h 13min|
|G7590||Xuzhou East||16:44||22:12||5h 28min|
|G576||Changsha South||08:35||15:15||6h 40min|
|G1232||Shenyang North||08:10||17:46||9h 36min|
|G1252||Dalian North||11:20||22:00||10h 40min|
|G1204||Harbin West||09:39||21:47||12h 8min|
|D5663||Jinhua West||15:35||18:37||3h 2min|
|D5452||Huainan East||07:38||12:05||4h 27min|
|D3105||Fuzhou South||07:48||14:23||6h 35min|
|D3006||Yichang East||13:53||21:49||7h 56min|
|D3203||Xiamen North||06:30||14:45||8h 15min|
|D2287||Shenzhen North||06:25||18:16||11h 51min|
|D2216||Chongqing North||08:43||22:01||13h 18min|
|D626||Chengdu East||06:00||20:51||14h 51min|